NYT – “It is all the more odd, then, that Hachette Audio recently announced that the latest audiobook by David Sedaris, “Live for Your Listening Pleasure,” which features readings before audiences, would be available on the least portable of formats: vinyl. Reminiscent of Blue Note albums from the 1950s and 1960s, the cover features a photograph of a woman sprawled on a white shag rug with a come-hither look, albums strewn about.”
Jacket Copy – “Maybe it’s because I like reading printed words so much, but I find myself persnickety about audiobooks. Even those that are free — some LibriVox recordings of works in the public domain are marvelous (I’m a big fan of one reader from Florida), but others are severely lacking.”
Jacket Copy – “The good news is that the only American city with a long enough annual commute to hear the complete unabridged audiobook of “War and Peace” is Los Angeles.
WTOP: “The Frederick County Commissioners will not pay for audio library books in a language other than English, unless the book is teaching that language.”